Paragraph Writing 101: Basic Paragraph (FLEX Class - No Live Meetings)
Students will write a basic paragraph each week including a topic sentence, three details, and a concluding sentence.
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Paragraph Writing 101: Basic Paragraph (FLEX Class - No Live Meetings) The teacher's time zone is: Pacific Daylight Time This class runs for 4 weeks: Content for the week will be uploaded each Monday with 6 days to complete the assignment. Students have the option for learner-to-learner and teacher-to-learner interaction on the class chat page throughout the week. If your child can write sentences, but needs extra instruction to learn to write a paragraph, this class will meet your child's...
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will write a rough draft of each paragraph, and then write a final copy based on feedback from the teacher. Paragraph Rubric: The paragraph will be scored on the following criteria: -Complete sentences -Supporting details -Mechanics -Handwriting -Structure
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class focuses on the writing process where students write a rough draft, receive feedback from the teacher, and then submit a final copy to be graded on a rubric. The teacher will record a video for each student each week highlighting the things that the student did well and areas for improvement. Spelling, punctuation, and word choice errors will be corrected as well as any formatting errors. The teacher will make every effort to make the feedback positive and encouraging. The teacher also explains that every writer, even professional writers, go through the editing process where they must correct mistakes and re-write work. It is important that students learn that writing is an ongoing process that requires critique and revisions. The most common mistake that students make is not using the rough draft with feedback as a guide when writing the final copy. Students may make mistakes in the final copy that were not made in the rough draft. Students may also make the same mistakes in the final copy that they made in the rough draft, which will affect the rubric score. If your child is sensitive about receiving feedback, please contact the teacher to collaborate about the best way to help your child receive the feedback that he or she needs to be successful in this class.
Ms. AnnaEnglish Learner (EL) Teacher K-12 (Licensed)
14 total reviews
18 completed classes
Note to families: I currently only have Flex Classes listed. In my writing classes, students will watch a video and follow along as they write. Then, they will submit their work to me, and I will make a personalized feedback video which can be...